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Owners' and associates' views differ on team training

August 1, 2008

Owners and associates aren't on the same wavelength when it comes to team education. What's causing the divide?

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General practitioners vs. emergency doctors

July 1, 2008

Appreciate what makes general and emergency veterinarians different.

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Associates, don't fear change. Embrace it.

June 1, 2008

You are perfectly positioned to benefit from change. Here's how to make the most of three key management decisions.

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The shelter dilemma

May 1, 2008

Everyone can start to break the impasse between private practitioners and shelters by listening.

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Perform a SWOT analysis to identify new business opportunities

April 28, 2008

The strongest practice teams work on their business, not just in it. Use this approach to give structure to your conversations about what paths to pursue.

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Write or wrong

March 1, 2008

It's 10 a.m. on Monday morning. Mrs. Hodge rushes in with her 13-year-old miniature Schnauzer, which is lethargic and vomiting. The problems began yesterday, and all Mrs. Hodge can tell you is that she's been giving her dog some kind of pill for the past week.

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Partnership in patient care: Making the most of the primary care veterinarian/specialist relationship (Supported by Nestlé Purina, Pfizer Animal Health, and the Veterinary Specialty Practice Alliance)

January 1, 2008

As a primary care veterinarian knows the patients' healthcare needs better than anyone. And sometimes those needs require that you utilize an extension of your practice—the specialist. By collaborating together, the primary care veterinarian and the specialist can provide excellent overall care. Learn how to shape the referral process into a success for everyone—your patients, your clients, and your practice.

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Talk the good talk: The necessity of effective communication (Supported by Nestlé Purina, Pfizer Animal Health, and the Veterinary Specialty Practice Alliance)

January 1, 2008

Communication is an essential element of the relationship among primary care veterinarians, specialists, and clients.

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Take it home: these take-home points will help you put your referral network plan into action (Supported by Nestlé Purina, Pfizer Animal Health, and the Veterinary Specialty Practice Alliance)

January 1, 2008

These steps will guide you on your way toward establishing a referral network for your own practice.

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